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By SCOTT SHAFFER
The performance of Michigan's sof-
tball team this weekend can be sum-
med up in two words: Vicki Morrow.
In the four games that were played
on Friday and Saturday, Morrow ac-
companied the following: three com-
plete games, two wins, two shutouts,
and one no-hitter.
Morrow's two shutouts enabled the
Wolverines to split their four-game
series with Minnesota. She silenced
the Gophers 3-0 on four hits in
Friday's first game, and then topped
herself in Saturday's opener by
tossing a 3-0 no-hitter.
Michigan coach Carol Hutchins
called on Morrow to do it one more
time in Saturday's nightcap but
Morrow was unable to pitch the
shutout needed for the win. Her team-
mates offered no offensive support as
Minnesota won 4-0 to nail down the
split. Minnesota had previously
beaten the Wolverines 3-2 in Friday's
The loss in the last game did nothing
to tarnish Morrow's sterling perfor-
mance. The no-hitter was her fourth
of the year, second in Big Ten play.
She raised her record to 11-6 while
lowering her ERA to 0.55, 0.88 in the
"Vicki is pitching the best ball of
her life," said Hutchins, "I think that
she is the best pitcher in the Big Ten
right now." Considering that the Big
Ten has two of the best pitchers in the
country (Northwestern's Lisa
Ishikawa and Indiana's Amy Unter-
brink) that is no small compliment.
Her no-hitter began with Min-
nesota's Judy Oliverius matching her
goose egg for goose egg for the first
five innings. Martha Rogers led off
the home fifth with a base hit to end
Oliverius' no-hit bid, but Michigan
was unable to score until the sixth.
Morrow led off the sixth frame with
a base hit and advanced to second on
an error. Oliverius then walked the
next two batters, setting the stage for
Mary Ann Daviera. Daviera, a fresh-
man, came through with a single that
produced two runs. Rogers then
followed with a run producing single
of her own to round out the scoring at
All that remained was the suspense
surrounding Morrow. A one-out error
by Daviera added the chance for a
perfect game, but Morow remained in
control and struck out Barb Drake to
end the game.
At that point, Hutchins decided to
gamble and named Morrow as her
pitcher for the next game. "She was
hot and we needed another win. We
had to try and keep it going," said
The gamble did not pay off. Morrow
was unable to keep the Gophers off the
board even for one inning. Drake
avenged her game-ending whiff by
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cluding a no-hitter, as Michigan
tripling in a run with a liner up the
right field gap.
Minnesota padded their lead to 3-0
in the fifth when Kathy Casull and
Ann Flis drove in runs with a single
and sacrifice fly, respectively.
"I think we finally caught on to
Vicki after seeing her so many
times," said Gopher coach Linda
Wells of her team's 4-0 win.
The loss left Morrow ambivalent
about the day. "Pitching a no-hitter is
still a very big deal to me, but pitching
and losing game four takes something
away from it."
But whatever Morrow felt was taken
away by the loss was more than
returned by her previous
whitewashing of Minnesota on
Friday. In that outing, she scattered
four hits and struck out nine over the
Her teammates scored two runs in
split the weekend series with the
the fourth, taking advantage of an
error and a wild pitch. Nan Payne
drove in the third run in the fifth,-.
scoring Rogers with a single.
In the game of Friday's twinball,
Michigan outhit their opponents six to
five, but committed two costly errors
in sixth that contributed to two
Gopher runs. Julie Clark gave up
only one earned run but was saddled
with the 3-2 loss.
The split left Michigan with a 21-13
record, 6-8 in the conference. Min
nesota is now 16-16, 8-4. Catcher Kim
Katzenmeyer summed up the.
Gophers feeling, "We wanted to split '
on the road and we did it."
For the Wolverines, who travel to
Detroit to play the Titans today, their
goal is to finish third in the Big Ten-;
this year. "We set a goal and we're
going to shoot for it. I think it's
realistic," said Hutchins. '
NBA PLA YOFF ROUNDUP:
Celtics. win despite Jordan's 63
Daily Photo by SCOTT LITUCHY
Michigan pitcher Vicki Morrow winds up while mowing down Minnesota
during Friday's 3-0 victory. Morrow hurled three complete games, in-
BOSTON (AP) - Jerry Sichting's
decisive jumper from the top of the
key with 51 seconds remaining in
double-overtime highlighted Boston's
outside shooting that offset Michael
Jordan's single-game NBA playoff-
record 63 points and gave the Celtics a
135-131 victory over the Chicago Bulls
It also gave the Celtics a 2-0 lead in
their best-of-five series. Boston can
win it in Chicago tomorrow night.
Jordan, who had 49 points in Thur-
sday night's opening loss, broke the
record of 61 points set by Elgin Baylor
of the Los Angeles Lakers in Boston
on April 14, 1962. The overtime record
was 50 points by Boston's Bob Cousy
in a four-overtime game on March 21,
Jordan, who missed 64 regular-
season games with a broken bone in
his left foot, sent the game into over-
time by hitting two free throws with
no time remaining in regulation to
make the score 116-116. With three
seconds left in the first overtime, his
15-foot shot from the left was too far,
leaving the score tied 125-125 going
into the second extra session.
With Chicago trailing 133-131, Jor-
dan had a chance to tie the game, but
he missed a jumper from the foul line
with 30 seconds to play.
Boston had built that lead on four
Larry Bird, who led Boston with 36
points, hit on from the foul line with
3:56 to go, but Orlando Woolridge
hanL- ehn fnr. hiran tinA the onmP
Game 1, appeared to be on the verge
of a 2-0 deficit, trailing by seven mid-
way in the fourth quarter.
Barkley, who also had 19 rebounds,
then hit a three-point goal, scored on a
rebound and got a three-point play af-
ter another offensive rebound in a
space of less than three minutes to tie
the socre 92-92 with 4:50 left.
The 6-6 Barkley tied it again at 94-94
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on a turnaround jumper with 3:48 left,
then gave the 76ers the lead to stay at
98-97 with yet another offensive
rebound basket with 2:30 to go.
An offensive rebound basket by
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'the last three minutes.
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